Cascade Brewing Releases Coastal Gose to Raise Funds for the Surfrider Foundation

cascadelogoCascade Brewing (Portland, Oregon) has officially announced that Coastal Gose, a new Limited Release offering brewed to benefit the Surfrider Foundation, will begin hitting shelves and taps on July 6.

Developed to raise funds and awareness for the Surfrider Foundation so that it can continue its mission to “passionately protect our playground – the ocean, waves, and beaches – that provide us so much enjoyment”, Coastal Gose is Cascade Brewing’s “interpretation of the historic Gose beer featuring sour wheat ales aged in oak barrels with ground coriander seed and sea salt harvested from Oregon’s coastal waters.” Refreshing and easy drinking, Coastal Gose (7.3% ABV) truly is a beach-themed beer.

“Few places embody the wild spirit of the Pacific Northwest like the Oregon Coast,” said Kevin Martin, Cascade Brewing Director of Brewery Operations. “To help protect this venerated landscape, we partnered with the Portland Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation and created Coastal Gose. We’re committed to donating a portion of the profits from each bottle of Coastal Gose sold to help the Surfrider Foundation protect and preserve the world’s oceans, waves and beaches––one beer at a time.”

Coastal Gose will debut at the Trashy Beach Bash on July 6 at the Barrel House location of Cascade Brewing and distribution is scheduled to begin shortly after the on-site release.  You can expect to find this Limited Release offering available in 500ml bottles and on draft at select craft beer-focused establishments located in Alabama, Florida and throughout the rest of Cascade Brewing’s distribution area.  Prost!

Vital Information for Coastal Gose from Cascade Brewing

Release – Limited; launching July 6, 2019
Style – Gose
ABV – 7.3%
Treatment – Sour wheat ales aged in oak barrels with ground coriander seed and sea salt harvested from Oregon’s coastal waters
Availability – 500ml bottles & draft

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Cascade Brewing Announces 2019 Product Release Calendar

cascadenewlogoBeer calendar season is still alive and well, and we are kicking this week off with a peek at the 2019 Product Release Calendar from Cascade Brewing (Portland, Oregon).

Just as we do with each and every beer calendar around here, we have posted Cascade Brewing’s full Product Release Calendar below for you to absorb at your convenience.  With that said, this document is rich in highlights and we would be remiss if we did not go over a few of those real fast.  Let’s get to it:

  • The biggest news on this calendar is that the ever-elusive Vlad the Imp Aler (September) and Bourbonic Plague (December) will both see full distribution in 2019. Both offerings will be available in 500ml bottles for the first time.
  • The brewery’s Core Lineup will feature four new releases in 2019: Valley Flora (January), a sour red ale made with Willamette Valley Pinot-Noir grapes; Brunch Line (February), a mimosa-inspired blend of sour blond and wheat ales aged in oak barrels with Chardonnay grapes and fresh orange zest; Garden Party (June), a blend of sour blond and wheat ales aged in oak barrels with chardonnay grapes, lemon zest and elderflowers; and Coastal Gose (July), a blend of sour wheat ales aged in oak barrels with Oregon Coast sea salt and coriander seed.
  • Cascade’s Collaboration Series will return in 2019 to include projects with Beachwood Brewing from Long Beach, California (March); Mikkel Borg Bjergsø from the world-renowned Mikkeller Brewery in Denmark (May); and Burial Beer Co. of Asheville, North Carolina (October).
  • Cascade Brewing also plans to release four draft-only cellar projects throughout the year.  These offerings will be released quarterly.

Alright, that should just about cover everything we wanted to go over, but there are still plenty of beers and descriptions waiting for you on calendar below.  Check it out and start getting yourself prepared for another incredible year of Northwest Sour Ales from Cascade Brewing.  Prost!

 

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